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Research Radar: Tracking STEM sciences

Spot emerging trends in the latest STEM research (also see, Research Radar: Tracking social sciences)

Spot emerging trends in the latest STEM research with Research Radar! Stay updated with the newest discoveries and advancements in quantum computing, cell biology, astrophysics, econometrics, and more. Get access to preprints from the arXiv API and explore a wide range of scientific fields. Whether you're a researcher, student, or science enthusiast, Research Radar is your guide to staying ahead of the curve in the world of STEM sciences.

Learn how to use Research Radar: Tracking STEM sciences effectively! Here are a few example prompts, tips, and the documentation of available commands.

Example prompts

  1. Prompt 1: "What's new in quantum computing?"

  2. Prompt 2: "Latest trends in cell biology"

  3. Prompt 3: "What's happening in astrophysics?"

  4. Prompt 4: "Trends in econometrics"

Features and commands

  1. Get preprints: Use this command to get preprints (research papers that haven't been peer-reviewed) on a specific field or topic. You can specify the field or topic as a search query. For example, to get preprints on quantum computing advancements, you can use the command "Get preprints on quantum computing advancements."

    • Command: "Get preprints"
    • Parameters:
      • search_query: Field or topic (e.g., "quantum computing advancements")
      • start (optional): Starting index for results
      • max_results (optional): Maximum number of results to return
      • sortBy (optional): Parameter to sort by
      • sortOrder (optional): Order of sorting

Note: The following features and commands are based on the assumption of additional tools available in the app that are not mentioned in the provided data. Since the information about these tools and their commands is missing, the following examples may not be accurate without further information.

  1. Read research paper: Use this command to read a research paper. You can provide the file or paper you want to read, and the app will assist you in accessing and reading it.

    • Command: "Read research paper"
    • Parameters:
      • paper: File or paper you want to read
  2. Save research paper: Use this command to save a research paper to your library or collection. After reading a paper, you can use this command to save it for future reference.

    • Command: "Save research paper"
    • Parameters:
      • paper: File or paper you want to save
      • library: Destination library or collection to save the paper in

Please refer to the app's documentation or instructions for more details on how to use these features and commands.

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Author nameRyan Watkins

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First added2 January 2024

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